I've had one pontoon bridge set for a long while; I made an alternate deck and some boats out of cardboard a couple of years back for a bridge of boats look, re-using the ramps form the pontoon set.
I thought it would be nice to have two full sets, so I made up two new ramps from cardboard; using thin card strips for the planking, hibachi skewers for the wooden stakes plus a dusting of sand - then painted to match the first set
Love it! This might provide just the answer to my own pontoon train question that has lingers for 6 or 7 years, since I painted a bunch of Minden bridging wagons, pontoons, and crew. I've never used them though since the actuall eathen ramps and bridge sections have been lacking until now. Yours look super.ReplyDelete
"Lingered" that is. Ahem.ReplyDelete
Very smart indeed .ReplyDelete